To make a good with tools and/or machines by effecting chemical, mechanical, or physical transformation of materials, substances, or components, or by simulating natural processes, usually repeatedly and on a large scale with a division of labor. Manufactured items often are, or are made out to be, different from other similar goods in one or more aspects, and are sold commonly under a particular brand name. See also produce.

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  • We decided to manufacture the product in house as opposed to outsourcing it as we wanted total control of our business.

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  • You must be able to manufacture enough of your product to keep up with demand if you want to maximize your profits.

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  • The store could manufacture their goods and have them shipped all over the world., which would be great for their business.

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